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THE ROCK ISLAXO ARGUS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1011.
Daily United States Weather Map
U S. Department of Agriculture,
WILLIS L. MOORE. Chief-
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1 j Ioir.&fc.o! ouaunccv lin, paw Ulroail powtao' eqliJ sir ,--0"r:-' . . V .30 O
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jwrvitaxeitncj will bedratrn onlj for nro. f rwrrin. 9" . and , - f f " &'rZ .
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eloadn O clcadr; ralm anowi rsport f J 1 1
1 snlMvins. ArTo fly with th mol i irwt link lowwt tQV 2 S? f f
r, j psrTxre for put 12 nonm; mcond, iH-hoar rainfall, f it Qo&ia '
v. i j ii in -hj third, wind Tolodtj IX 10 miia per hour or ntora.
FORECAST FOR ROCK ISLAND, DAVENPORT, MOLINE AND VICINITY.
Generally fair and warmer tonight and Sunday, frost tonight.
The baroni' ters remain relatively
low ovfr f'aMi'ornia and from the guif j
r'sst northeastward to the lower j
lakes, while the crest of the north-:
western high extends from southern
Jt'aho 'o western Kansas. These har
omeirif c oudi tioiis have b'-en attend-,
-d by lifcht irtcipi:atioii o:j the ejst
T'. Rocky mountain plope and in th-Mi.-.onri
and nnjjer MiKsissipjjl va!-:
!(ts. the lake irgion and the Atlantic
portions'. The oontin nd eastward
movement of ;he Rocky n:ountain hich
and the approach of an area oi low.
pressure and hichef temperature which
has appeared in the Canadian r.orlh
we !t and is central over Alberta, wiii
he attend, d ly Men' rally fair and
warmer weather in this vicinity te
liiidit and Sunday, though frost is
High Low Tr'cp. !
RiiffuiO . . .
N w York . .
, St. 1-ouis
: St. Paul
S;. ri Diego
San Francisco . .
' Ya.-hington. I) C.
last 24 hrs.
Flood HgL Chng.
stage, feet. 24 hrs.
610,000; specie, decrease $l,20o.O00; !
legals, increase $1,940,000; deposits, j
decrease $22,759,000; reserve, increase
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Oct. 21. Following are the quota-I
tions on the local market today: 1
Eggs, 2214 c.
Butter Dairy, S.c; creamery, !
Feed and Fuel.
Corn, per bushel, 6Sc to 70c.
Oats, 43c to 45c.
Forage Timothy hay, $20.
Clover hay, $15.
Wheat, 80c to 83c.
Wild hay, $14 to $17.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 15c; slack, I
Potatoes, 46c to 50c.
New corn, 55c.
CAREER IN BOOK
Senior United States Senator
From Illinois Discusses Na
DEPICTS WORLD LEADERS
Affairs of State, Economic Upheavals '
and Party Disturbances Are j
St. Paul 14 4 1 0.2 .
Red Wine 14 0.3 x0.3 !
.00 j Reed's Landing 12 0.2 x0.3 !
.e0 i La Crosse 12 9.1 xO.l j
."0 Prairie du Chien ...IS 11.8 0.5;
M(t ; Dubuque IS 13.9 0.5
."0 Clinton 10 12.9 x0.5
.en Ijc Claire 1" 7S xO.S ,
."0 i Rotk Island 15 11.0 xO.r, !
.1,0 j j
.21 RIVER FORECAST.
.'0 ; A furthtr slight rise in the Missis- !
.On sippi wiil occur from Le Claire to Mu- !
.'in ea'ine. the ugh falling staees from Clin- :
.Oi ten to Muscatine should prevail by
.30 Sunday or Stindav night.
.O.t : J. "M. SHER1ER, Local Foreraster. !
Today's Market Quotations
Chicago, Oct. 21. Shelby M. Culiom,
senior United States Senator from Illi
nois, has written a book his personal
recollections of 50 years of public ser
vice. He takes the world as a child on hie
knee, and convincingly and refreshing
ly lates the story of his long career.
Affairs of 'state, conflicts of peace and
ptruggle-s of war, economic upheavals
and political disturbances of the last
half century are detailed with the cer
tain Knowledge that the chronicler wa.s
one of the actors in these momentous
PASS l HE VIEW.
Kings, presidents and potentates of
world powers pass intimately in re
view before the reader.
"About the period of my birth Gen
eral Andrew Jackson was first elected
president of the United States," says
Culiom, in the foreword of his book.
"Jackson to me always has been an in
teresting character. Theodore Roose
velt has declared very little respect for
him. and has written deprecatingly
I miht even say abusively of him
I - Cilie
TSaere Is only one
place in the Tri-
fo buy $4.00
J eO V
When it comes to new snappy shoes ours is the only
house in the Tri-Cities that sells them for $2.50. Every
new styel of Ladies' Shoes are here, in all the new lasts,
fabrics and leathers. Men's Shoes are also in abundance
here, in all the new lasts, in black and tan. Not a pair
of our Ladies' or Gents' Shoes can be duplicated under
$3.00 and $4.00. Our price.
FOR LADIES-Whife Buckskin Suedes,
Velvets. Silks. Safins, Corduroys and
Majke Your Selection While We Have Your Size.
Top Floor 1st National Bank BIdg. Daverport
istration enforced all laws 0:1 the sta- to the coast the temperature drop
tute books as they never had been en- j ped to 50 degrees below zero, a var
forced before. I iation of nearly a hundred degrees in
wvvkkns tjos 4 o ciK(T, a few days. The letter also tells of
"The Sherman antitrust law was a 1 shooting caribou and ptarmigans,
dead letter i:n'il .Mr. Roosevelt m-! bile the party was doing geological
structed the attorney general tn prose-i work.
cute us violators, both great and
small. I!y his speeches, by his public
utterances, he awakened the slumber
ing conscience of the nation, and he
made the violators of (he law in highrn
Humphrey as Grosscup Successor.
Chicabo. (Jet. 21. Judge J. Otis
Humphrey of the federal bench, south-
rr.y wir" from K. W. Wasnr R- Co..!
mi'mlu-ri c.f "1 : ie ir B'l.ira f Tr.ul'
;r:?lri. pr isi"n. sto-ks and itiie:.
...-:i' c.r?;-h at U-k l!l.triI Lou-, k
I?iiiiii. ill Chl'-.tKO . itx-!e.-ln'i.
H"iird of TrMlr. Local U-lrphon. No.
tv. vt 33o. j ,
BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS.
neceinber. H'l.,, 102 2. KM-'. KCSS.
May, IcGs. 107, 100'i, l"0-s.
July, 100's, 100-2, W7. 100.
December, GO'S,, f.04, C5?i. C0'4.
May. r,7, 07' ,. t'.O'v. C.
July, 07. 7, 00". 4. 0Gr'
Oats. December, 4S'. 4S-. 4S. 4S'2.
May, 52. 504. 50 '-j.
July, 47'?, 47U.. 47;, 47 .
January. 157, 1...95. 15.77. l.'.sO.
.May. lO.i'O. 10.i'7. 1 87,. 1 ",.t.u.
October. 9 0. :10. .ie, 9.07.
January. 9 1. :17. t'.l', 9.10.
October. S.20. s.2'. s.20, S.20.
January. .25, 9.3. .S.22, S.22.
THE GRAIN MARKET.
Liverpool, Oct 21. YYhe;tt
Therewas heavy covering by shorts
at opening in the near months whi -h
wire advanced 5-s while the distant
months wer. 3-S to 1-S higher. Sup
port was due to firmness in America
and the continued poor grading at
Winnipeg with some apprehension
felt regarding th reports received
here of heavy markets in America
and the resultant firmness of hold
ers. Later and during the remainder
of the session realizing displayed the...""
enri'. cohering and a price recession liaI
V.'i:u:ii.-e or.2 779 422
Cliicago Estimates Tomorrow.
tod.'y 1.o7.yufi0 0f2.oO0
ago l.lOii.'.HMi 500,000
. ... 477.IHMI 72:V"00
52S, OOii 21 1.000
but the truth is, there never were two J,,aies on-e to realize that they would !
of Illinois is
Didn't Need Coroner's Jury.
Rockford. Oct. 21. Davis Reese of
Ryron awoke from a death-like sleep
when the Ogle county coroner wa
swearing in a jury over his apparently
lifeless body. He Is now in a Rock
ford hospital and will live.
All the news all the time The Arjus
presidents in the white house who in ,e,elve lM" t-ilIp pumtmneni as me
. . - InWOCt nFtuliiiiU-u lit, ,tit inir.i t ti j r n
many respects resemDied eacn otner; " .v, .....
more nearly than Jackson and Roose
ITE BACK TO REVOLITIOX.
j occurred. Preeminent longs sold;
! freely realizing Ly small traders on j
j the small in'jiiiry for forward ship-!
' nur.t and the e'T.t i'uied favorable re
i ports from Argentine with the weak-.
n-ss r,t Huenos Aires and the free of-,
fering of i:ew wheat. They May op- :
ion was '.veil supported on the un
fa.o:ab!e rep,irt from Australia.1
; T!:c market was well supported on
the unfavorable rt'ports from Aus-j
!tr;-!ia. The market was well sup-' Friday's average.
I ported on the unfavorable reports bulk 0.30 ft 6.65,
! from Australia, closed generally un-!pigs 3.75 f? 6.00,
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Opening of Market.
Hogs ll.ooo. i.eft over 5,2ot.
Steady to shade higher. Light 5.95
"How young a nation we are, after wuuunj
all. Why, I date almost back to the
revolution. President. Taft jocularly
remarked to me recently: "Here's my
fri- !.d. l ucle Shelby. He comes near
er connecting the present with the
days .f Washington than anyone I
know." And I suppose there are few
men in public life whose careers ex
tend farther into the past than mine."
Senator Culiom was "born in Ken-
of his predecessors to prevent this
country from drifting into socialism.
"He will go dowu in the history of
as the most remarkable
man of his day."'
to Judge Orosscup. Senator Culiom 1
announced he would see the president
and urge Humphrey's appointment.
Schools Made Library Centers.
Kewanee, Oct. 21. A new plan of
public library service was put in op-
ft 6.65, mixed 6. 00 T 6.70, heavy ' tucky, Nov. 22, 1S29. He begins his ' he would have made one 01" our great-
6.00 Ti 0.65. rough O.Oof; 0.25. hook with a history of his early life in est justices had he been appointed to
Cattle 50o, weak. the smrdl town in the beatiful Cumber- ; that position. Just before the national
Sheep -2,000. strong. 1 laad river valley; then comes his ad-j convention of Iftn.s assembled in Chica-
Nine O'clock Market ! mission to the bar in 1S55. and his elec- go, in whic h convention I was chair-
Hogs slow quality, fair stoadv at : tion to the office of city attorney of
It was during the Roosevelt adminis- j eration here when graded and coun
trotion that Senator Cuilom and Presi- try schools of (he township were
dent Taft, then secretary of war, he-; made branch distributing centers for
came intimate menus.
"1 doubt whether .Mr. Taft has en
joyed the hitrh office of pre.-ident of the
United States," writes Senator C'olhim.
CHEAT CHIEF .11 SI M i:.
"I myself have always thought that
AN APPEAL TO WIVES.
You know the terrible affliction thnt
mniM to many li"in's from ln rrsun
OrinkiliK huslthiKi or son. 0,1
know of tin- money w.-isfd on "Drink'
t!i:it In needed In tilt" home to purchaN.
food and clothing. Orrlne lias nnvcl
thousands of ilrlnkiiiH men. It In a
home treatment ami can be given
-rtly or taken voluntarily. 1'ut up In
two forms, powder or pill. Your nionc
will he refunded If after a trial It Huh
frilled to b neflt. Cost but $1 a box -n
mere trifle when compared with the
amount a drlnkliiK man will spend In
a day for lhiur. Come in and net a
free booklet and let us tell you of the
Kind Orrlne Is riolriK. Harper House
i-hareed to 1 higher. Corn , up
d 1-S with the
TRI-CITY RAILWAY AND
LIGHT CO. STOCKS AND
LITTEN & ROBERTS
Peoples National Rank
Phone West l"2.
, ' r . k i v Man ui m w Lmiri.
. L. V 1.
lie Tolaccr Ha1..
, and further advar.
: undertone s trout.
j Chicago Cash Grain. j
! Corn No. 2 741 75 Va. No. 2 w 70 c? ,
70,. No. 2 y TO'i 704. No. 3 73 '
75'2. No. 3 w 75f; 751-, No. 3 y 70fi
I TO1 2. No. 1 72t72'4. No. 4 w 7373 Vs. '
No. I y 7;,v; 75'i. sgm 70(5' 72, sgy 70
Oats No. 2 471ifi474. No. 2 wi
IS-,'.?!?. No. .3 472. No. 3 w 47
No. 4 w 47t 4S. standard 4, ,f
4-. ' ;
What No. 2 r Kl34il03. No. 3 rl
loofi lo2. No. 2 h l"5Ti 107. No. 3 h 104 i
liio.-s. No. 1 ns 1 163117. No. 2 ns 112 I
ii 115. No 3 ns nofjiu. No. 2 s 1 or,
7112. No. 3 s I'M 11 2. No. 4 s fJ'i
lio. vc Cf.i 1 1 2. durum 957
Wheat closed unchanged to up.
("orn closed N, up.
Corn 191 7
Oa's 150 PO
Light 5. 5 ft 6.65, ; Springfield. It was here his aequaint
mixed 6.05 ft 6.65, ance with Abraham Lincoln began,
heavy .00 f? 6.65, j INTIMATE HEtTTAI.S r.IVEX.
good 6.2516.65, rr-uen J.0Oa6.25,; This election to office launched Sen-
ycrkers 6.50 3 o.". 'ator Culiom on his long, unbroken pub-
man of the niinoir. dcK'fiatioti, I took
occasion to remark that I had been
in favor of him for chief justice, but it
seemed certain he was to be the nom
inee for president, and his career
would consequently go along another
Cattle Dull weak. Beeves 4.75 3 lie career, exceeding that of any other j Iilie- He replied: 'If your friend Chief
S. .".. Storks: a 32r67 Fi SO Tptana : nuKHn mnt ir fho r-Aiintrv'o histnrv
4.1036.1ft, western 4 .25 U 7.25, ; intimate recitals of the admlnistra
cows 2. oo 3 6.15, calves 5.00 3 9.00. 1 tions of presidents from Lincoln down
Sheep Strong, native. 2.25 3 3.75, to the present are given, with an ex
lambs, native 3.753 6.00. westerns haustive account of the work of the
2.40 3 3. S5, western lambs 3.753 committee on foreign relations, of
fi-10. j which Senator Collum is chairman.
Close of Market. j Theodore Roosevelt Is declared by
iiiiau yt'steroay. huik n . o ; y i b.tjo, jn the enforcement or law. ui tne
(light 6.00 a 6.6 t 'i , mixed 6.05 3 Roosevelt administration he says:
J 0.7O. rough 6.053 6.25.
Cattle Weak, top J.75.
Sheep Ssteady, top 3.85.
i Western Live Stock.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep
I Kansas City 3.000 l.ono 2,000
j Omaha 4.500 200
j Estimated Chicago Tomorrow.
j Hogs. Cattle. Sheep
! Chicago 33.000 27,000 55,000
i Hcgs next week, 155,000.
"Colonel Roosevelt accomplished
more in his second term than any of
his predecessors; more laws were en
acted laws of more general benefits
to the people; but above all, his admin-
o o i
To- Iast Last '
; NEW YORK STOCKS.
j New York, Oct. 21. Following are
. the quotations on the markets today:
Union Pacific 163 Vi
LIKE A CHARM
After Operation Failed to Kelp,
Cardui Worked Like a Charm.
csiii va irtsnriiir
S Steel preferred
nay. weeK.etar s St., cornmon .
it''' ooS ReadinK
1 9 1j2 t fjork Island common .
. . 533
. .139 '
.. 24 Vi i
Southern Pacific 10SV
Jonesville, S. C. "I suffered witli
womanly trouble," writes Mrs. J. S.
Kendrick, In a letter from this place,
"and at times, I could not bear to stand
on my feet. The doctor said I would
Justice Fuller should retire and the
president should send me a commi
ssion as chief justice I would take It
Mr. Culiom Intended to close his
memoirs with th" Roosevelt, adminis
tration. He fays he did not feel at
liberty to write in detail of events oc
curring within the last two years. loaf
er he derided to bring his rrco,lection3
to date. He relieves Ptesident Taft
of the responsibility for the defeat of
the republican party in 1910.
TAFT OT TO HI. A ME.
"That in 1910 the party went down
to defeat for the first time in IS years
cannot be charged to President Taft."
writes the senator. "Nothing that he
did as chief executive was responsible
for that defeat. I myself believe that
It was simply the result of the people
becoming tired of too much prospc-rity
under republican administration The
newspaper agitation over the Aldrif'h-:
Payne tariff bill was mainly instru
mental in turning the house of repre
sentatives over to the democracy."
V.- hnve pr "vf r rr ;:rrp r :o r.my t'tn.if-ns r.f
.-,-s h-,; r?n treiv r-.-r ?i) .;).iw ;p..!(ehio
Trt;e ro r y htn :-':.fi-. j r. 1 cured in nil e'irut'i
"'f rv.iu. i -i-ii :y. ar.... Ki tc. j. tla et-f.
''"J an 1 s,eci,l r f 17 years .n Daverj-
l-ort l'tirfi lo At least erj i.;t to OU.- office is lr
liWMnl in all ca- Kar:tt:iation f'et-.
New York Central 1051 f
MJpsouri Pacific ",9i, 1 n"Ter be any better, and that I would
j Great Northern 123i j kaire to bave an operation, or I would
Northern Pacific 117 feave a cancer.
Ix)uisville & Nas.iviile 147 I went to the hospital, and they oper-
Tri-s oidr pvti.
nrt-.xf.: eJ mert jr. i:rie. orj:-is ki;r.v. r.al
r"' t. -n ' t the heart, bashful, por tOne '.. t-l!e. no am
l ti.ir. Viir.r isp i 7 t ,e. can t !-.. ,J:? rj't
I aril w -rv. worrv. l!-.s;r.-t-.n. errors of vutk rtc .
"i .vho ' a-.e t e vicor c.f youth, who are ijomv
n ihoulJ come riL once.
1 V.ulujiu r:iK he.irt ;i-.M.u:iii.r.-., eczema, liver, k:l
nev and chronic d:eses of men w onreri jnj .-iu.Jren.
U.--!rs: 10 a. m -,o 12 n.o-. .ml " to 4.3 " p. rn Saturday c:er.i?.gn rrcni
. - 9 p. IE. SJtiJny iT'.orr.rn lro;r I to 11 a. in.
Chicago Medical Institute
West Third Street.
Near Main Si.
. 65 i ! ated on me, but I got no better. They
.229i j said medicines would do mm no good,
.122 U : and I thought I would hare to die.
. 308 ; At last I tried Cardui, and began to
"ll improve, so I continued using It. Now,
I am well, and can do my own work.
v' '" ! I don't feel anr nalns.
Cardui worked like a charm."
There must be merit In this purely
vegetable, tonic remedy, for women
Cardui for It has been In successful
I use for more than 50 years, for the
treatment cf womanly weakness and
New York. Oct. 21. Clearing house ! dlaease-
memberg' average loans, decrease $S.- Please try It, for your troubles.
5 32.000; suecie. decrease $1.734.nro-t " B w"'"-' tj.e" Ajviyory Der. Chf-
KgalS. increase $2,496,000; depOSKS, j .Vm. .nd 64-jw br. "Hatae Treaol
decrease $10,539,000; reserve, increase J Woeaea." eat i pti tp. o
Chesapeake & Ohio ... .
Brooklyn Rapid Transit
Baltimore & Ohio
Republic Steel common .
Much has been said about the magnificent oppor
tunities awaiting every young man or woman. It is gen
erally admitted that ready money opens up opportuni
ties. The regular depositor in this bank has the best chance
of accumulating money wi th which to grasp oj.
4 Interest on Savings
STATE BANK OF ROCK ISLAND
Second Avenue and Seventeenth Street.
I'HIL MITCHELL, PreIdent.
I. 8. WIIITK. Viro President.
ANIJER&ON. Cashier. C. F. CIIANNO.V, AsnUtant Quit.rr.
OOL'RTKOI S ATI LNTION TO ALL.
Word From Alaska Explorer.
Galesburg, Oct. 21. The first
. . .107
rormaiion tor many montns irorn r-r-nest
DeKoven LcfLngwell, the ex
plorer, under rfat of July ft, last,
was received by his father. Dr. C. W.
Leffingwell, In a letter yesterday,
and it indicates that the scientist
will not finish the government sur-
veys along the north coast of Alaska
in which he Is engaged until next ;
summer. The letter was written "In'
camp on the coat" not far from the
mouth of the Colville river. The!
party consists of Mr. LefTingwell
and two Eskimo boys. He writes he :
has discovered and mapped some
rivers never before seen by white
men in the vast region of the arctic
between Herschel Island and Poitt .
Barrow. In February they were held
In camp for 10 cays by the chinook,
a warm wind, and the river in Cood ,
on both sides. Before they got back i
is to get a cigar to suit his individual taste,
give just what he wants.
It la our delight to
TRY US AND BE CONVINCED
V.'e carry a full line of cigars, toha-os and smokers' Kt.pphea.
POOL AND BILLIARDS
A pool tournament Is now bains held at the store, game being
played every evening.
BIJOU Cigar Store
Under the new managemen'
1626 Second Avenue.